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Immunoadsorption in nephrology and kidney transplantation

Mercury exposure in protein A immunoadsorption

Fundamentals and applications of immunoadsorption

Acute glomerulonephritis occurring during immunoadsorption with staphylococcal protein A column (Prosorba®)

Tryptophan immunoadsorption strongly reduces proteinuria in recurrent nephrotic syndrome

Peri‐operative immunoadsorption in sensitized renal transplant recipients

Immunoadsorption onto protein A induces remission in severe systemic lupus erythematosus

Clinical immunoadsorption, Hannover, Germany, 28 February–1 March 1997

Immunoadsorption as a new therapeutic principle for treatment of dilated cardiomyopathy

Immunoadsorptions in patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy improves cardiac function

Combination of immunoadsorption and CD20 antibody therapy in a patient with mixed connective tissue disease

Intravenous immunoglobulin application following immunoadsorption: benefit or risk in patients with autoimmune diseases?

Anti-A/B antibody depletion by semiselective versus ABO blood group-specific immunoadsorption

Lupus nephritis: prolonged immunoadsorption (IAS) reduces proteinuria and stabilizes global disease activity

Successful treatment of patients with lipoprotein glomerulopathy by protein A immunoadsorption: a pilot study

Acute acid-base disorder during plasma immunoadsorption treatment using citrate anticoagulation.

Crow-Fukase syndrome--immunoadsorption plasmapheresis effectively lowers elevated interleukin-6 concentration.

Effects of autoantibodies removed by immunoadsorption from patients with dilated cardiomyopathy on neonatal rat cardiomyocytes

 

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The use of an insoluble antigen (or antibody) to remove specifically unwanted antibodies (or antigens) from a mixture so as to make the antibody (or antigen) more specific. Compare adsorption (def. 2). See also immunosorption.

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